Norway off the beaten track
Birk Husky also has a bird feeder at one of their cottages and there also is a bird-watching tower at Bordinesset. These places are easier to try bird-watching than others. In the end, I did manage to see ducks, swans, flying geese, an osprey and some small birds (tits, jays & sparrows). Of course, don’t expect to see large brightly coloured tropical birds like parrots or peacocks here. These are mostly small birds of the Arctic, but there are a lot of them.Apart from bird-watching though, I really enjoyed the beautiful nature of Pasvik.The trip was a total immersion into pristine wilderness, with chirping birds and the soothing sound of flowing water under the magical Midnight Sun! The sprawling forest with its thin birch trees seemed to glow and dance in the surreal sunlight. I don’t remember how many times I parked my car aside to come out and experience this living forest breathing onto my brow, to inhale the clean air refreshing my soul.
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